take your time beloved

I am glad to see you dancing this season. I know there are twists and turns this year, yet you still stood up and walked in faith. I am happy that you’re pursuing your purpose while waiting.

Take your time; slow down.

I know you feel you’re already ready to go into a relationship but take a pause. Not all men have the right intention and motive, so be discerning. Though you’re familiar with them, it doesn’t mean they are the ones who are good for you. It’s okay to be selective about the people who come into your life. Don’t rely much on words; actions are mighty.

But it doesn’t mean you will build walls, meet new people, build deeper relationships, and be connected. You won’t miss what God has prepared for you when you put Him first.

Take your time to know Him more, serve Him, and surrender to Him.

Build good habits. Pursue your passion and serve other people using your gifts. Do something you haven’t done before, venture to places you have never been, and talk to people you never know.

Use your voice to speak light.

The right one will come, with peace and calmness. He won’t rush you and he will find you. Spirit-filled, with His likeness. God does not need your help, he touches hearts. And when it’s time, you’ll just know it and you’ll be ready for it. Wait for HIM.

Published by Merrel Ya

A lady who has been pondering her hope into Christ, inhaling His grace, and enjoying the beauty of life. Writing about life, asking God about "kuliglig sa kanyang dibdib."

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